Apple has started to air two new iPhone 4S commercials that focus on Siri. The first ad is titled “Road Trip” and features a young couple winging a road trip with the help of Siri. The second ad is titled “Rock God” and features a teenagers journey with music, aided by none other than Siri. Both follow the same recurring theme as past iPhone 4S commercials and have the same background tune . You can watch both of them below. As usual with Apples commercials , the objective is to show how people interact with the iPhone and Siri in real life situations. Although they aren’t as fun as the classic Santa Siri ad , they both do a good job of conveying how useful Siri is for getting directions, finding food and events, retrieving information, sending text messages, and many other daily tasks. These ads started to air earlier in the week, but weren’t posted online until this evening. … [Read more...] about New iPhone 4S Commercials Focus on Siri: “Road Trip” and “Rock God”
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The Messages app on iPhone and iPad allows you to send regular text messages and iMessages, but did you know you can also send sketches, doodles, fireballs, and even heartbeats to your friends over iMessage too? Apple first introduced Digital Touch alongside the release of the original Apple Watch and it was and still is a pretty cool way to communicate with other Apple Watch users. However, with iOS 10, this feature was brought to the stock Messages app, so you don’t have to feel left out just because you don’t own an Apple Watch anymore. This is just one of the features that Apple adds every now and then to keep iMessage users engaged. Are you keen on using Digital Touch while texting your friends and family from your iOS device? Consider it your lucky day, because in this article, we’ll be discussing exactly how you can use Digital Touch in Messages on both iPhone and iPad. How to Use Digital Touch in Messages on iPhone & iPad Make sure your iPhone or iPad is … [Read more...] about How to Use Digital Touch in Messages on iPhone & iPad to Send Heartbeats, Doodles, etc
It’s said that every story is based on just a few basic archetypes—man versus man, man versus nature, and so on. The same can be said for computer games. Despite improved graphics, new characters, and special embellishments, you mainly end up playing the same basic game over and over again. Little Gods, an arcade action game by Grim Inventions, embraces this fact by taking a couple of basic ideas that go back to the dawn of video games and giving them a unique twist that’s both challenging and entertaining. Little Gods channels two age-old games: Pong, where two players move paddles to volley a ball back and forth across the screen; and Breakout, where you bash objects against a wall to break through successive layers of bricks. It also throws in an elaborate power-up system, dynamic level design, and unique characters for good measure. In Little Gods, you are a disembodied spirit battling with other disembodied spirits in a surreal, colorful, and animated world. Your goal is to … [Read more...] about Little Gods
An enormous asteroid dubbed "Apophis" is currently passing the Earth at a distance of around 10 million miles. But where does this name come from? " Apophis " is actually the ancient Greek name for an ancient Egyptian deity called "Apep"—also spelled "Apepi" or "Aapep"—who was seen as the embodiment of chaos and the opponent of light and order in the cosmos. The deity is also associated with earthquakes, thunder, darkness, storms, death and was generally considered to be the greatest force of evil in Egyptian theology. Apophis was often depicted in ancient Egyptian art as a giant serpent. He was seen as the arch enemy of the sun god Ra, with whom he fought nightly battles. During these battles, Apophis could never be entirely vanquished. "Apophis" was chosen as a name for the asteroid because when it was first discovered in 2004, astronomers initially predicted that it had an uncomfortably high chance—around 2.7 percent—of colliding with the Earth during a close approach to … [Read more...] about What Apophis Means as God of Chaos Asteroid Has Close Encounter with Earth
Kindly Share This Story: The Chairman of Executive Group and Board Member, Lagos State Security Trust Fund (LSSTF), Dr Ayo Ogunsan, has heaped praises on the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Yemi Osinbajo, describing him as ‘a mentor and godly leader with unparalleled features’. As encomium continues to pour in from eminent Nigerians for Osinbajo who clocks 64 today, Ogunsan, who spared no words in praising the Vice President, said he (Osinbajo) has been instrumental to both economic and spiritual growth in the country. Penning his heartfelt congratulatory message to Osinbajo, in a press statement made available to newsmen today, the ace entrepreneur said: READ ALSO Edo APC decries increasing destitutes on Benin streets “It is with great honour and privilege that I write to congratulate His Excellency, the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Professor Oluyemi Oluleke Osinbajo GCON, on his 64th birthday … [Read more...] about ‘You are a mentor, godly leader’, Ogunsan extols Osinbajo at 64
Kindly Share This Story: By Simon Ifeanyi Ezeh First: Jesus Christ is the Lamb of God that takes away the sin of the world but how exactly does he do that? How and why is Jesus Christ our only Saviour and Lord? He takes away sins by revealing to mankind that God is our Father (nobody knew this prior to his incarnation – Jn 17) who is merciful and forgiving; declaring that man also has the power to forgive sins just like God (Matt 6:14,15; Jn20:23). As the Messiah, he brought forgiveness of sin down to the realm of men so that man could and should forgive whenever he is offended. This way, Jesus Christ takes away the sin of anyone who asks for God’s mercy and forgiveness as far as the petitioner forgives his offender(s) as well. This petitioner forgives his offenders and God forgives him – this is the mercy principle. So, Jesus Christ sorted out the sin problem at both levels: at the level of God and at the level of man. He solved the sin question … [Read more...] about Jesus Christ wasn’t a sacrifice for sin, don’t be misled!
Apple has revealed the most popular iPhone/iPod touch and iPad app downloads of 2010, and one thing that really jumps out is the shear number of games appearing in the top 10 lists. Here are they are, directly from iTunes: Top 10 Paid Apps for iPhone / iPod touch Angry Birds Doodle Jump Skee-Ball Bejeweled 2 + Blitz Fruit Ninja Cut the Rope ALL-IN-1 GAMEBOX The Moron Test Plants vs. Zombies Pocket God Top 10 Free Apps for iPhone / iPod touch Facebook Angry Birds Lite Words With Friends Free Skype Tap Tap Revenge 3 The Weather Channel Paper Toss Bing ROCK BAND FREE Talking Tom Cat Top 10 Grossing Apps for iPhone / iPod touch MLB.com At Bat 2010 Angry Birds Call of Duty: Zombies Bejeweled 2 + Blitz FriendCaller 3 Pro Zombie Farm TomTom U.S.A. TETRIS Plants vs. Zombies Doodle Jump The idea of the iPod touch and iPhone as a popular gaming device looks to be solidified considering that iOS hardware is on the … [Read more...] about Most Popular iPhone & iPad Apps for 2010
Next Savera R Someshwar in Mumbai A long flowing beard, a turban, earth coloured robes, twinkling eyes, a hearty belly laugh. Scratch that. Grey tee shirt, jeans, a comfy hat and a golf club in his hand. Scratch that. Cargo pants, blue shirt, aviator glasses, eyes firmly ahead, hands steering a BMW motorbike, an SUV, a boat, a helicopter... Scratch that. Dressed in a dhoti , working side-by-side with impoverished villages under a blazing hot sun. Conjure up any of these images... all of them will easily fit Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev . He is a man who clearly believes in creature comforts: he happily indulges his passions for golf, driving anything that moves on "land, sea or air" or trekking in the mountains. But he is just as comfortable working with impoverished villagers in Tamil Nadu. Like most yoga teachers and spiritual gurus, he has his own formula called 'Inner Engineering.' There are many who swear by it, matched by many who believe it … [Read more...] about Interview/Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot 's final DLC has been revealed, and after two episodes dedicated to storylines from the Dragon Ball Super anime series, this latest chapter of content is headed back in time to one of the franchise's classic original video animations. DLC 3 will take place in the future alternate timeline of the Android saga, set 13 years after Goku died from a heart virus and the rest of the anime's best fighters--and Yamcha--were killed by Androids 17 and 18. Only Gohan had survived the carnage, and along with Vegeta's son Trunks, he was preparing to finally destroy the Androids and end the devastation brought about by the duo. The cinematic trailer didn't reveal too much, but if it faithfully follows the storyline of the OVA, then it's best to not get too attached to seeing an adult Gohan battling the Androids while his protégé Trunks watches on. You can see the trailer below from Bandai Namco's Dragon Battle Hour event, embedded below at around one hour and four minutes … [Read more...] about Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot’s Final Story DLC Is Trunks: The Warrior Of Hope
The human brain has a region of the frontal lobes that is apparently very good at producing the lies that we tell to ourselves and to each other. This region of the brain becomes active when you perform complex behaviors such as lying . Lying is apparently a complex task that requires a considerable attentional ability, a vast memory for past events, and significant participation by this frontal brain region. These highly evolved brain regions allow us to be rather good liars. Psychologists believe that most of us tell a lie to someone we know at least twice a day, and that within a period of one week, we lie to nearly one-third of the individuals that we meet. Some individuals, such as narcissists, are born with cortical proclivities that induce them to lie almost constantly for the simple reason that they do not care about telling the truth. This may explain why narcissists, such as former President Donald Trump , are more likely to become wealthier and more powerful than … [Read more...] about Lie to Me, Please!